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york city, i'm scott pelley. it's tuesday, february 9th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." it's decision day in the granite state, and the tone turns sharp as the candidates make their closing arguments before the new ham p sure primaries. stuck at sea. a winter storm strands thousands of cruise ship passengers off the atlantic coast. a sikh actor is barred from boarding his flight when he refuses to remove his turban. and a leopard on the loose.
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is caught on camera. captioning funded by cbs captioning funded by cbs good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, voters in new hampshire are going to the polls today in the nation's first primary of 2016. with the nation's high the political discourse hits another low. at his rally last night front-runner donald trump repeated a supporter's insults about ted cruz. >> you are never allowed to say and i never expect to hear that from you again. she said he's a [ bleep ]. terrible. terrible. >> cruz's campaign director tweeted trump is turning the campaign into a reality show, but let's not forget who whipped who in iowa. in the last poll before today's
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among likely republican voters. among democrats bernie sanders holds a commanding lead over hillary clinton. weijian jiang is in manchester, new hampshire. good morning, weijjian. for front-runners trump and sanders, it's much more than delegates at stake. remember, both got into this race as unexpected contenders. gop opponents have to show that their campaigns deserve a closer look while hillary clinton tries to stop sanders' momentum going into the next one. the tiny community was the first to vote in the new hampshire primary and handed victory to john kasich. >> let's have a big, big victory tomorrow. >> but gop front-runner donald trump is still betting on a big win here. at a rally in manchester last night, trump repeated his "get out the vote" message. >> she says, darling, i love you, but i've fallen in love with another man.
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you've got to get out to vote, right? >> and marked marco rubio for his so-called robotic performance at saturday's debate. >> wait, wait, wait. he said that two minutes ago. it's the exact same thing. after the fifth time, said what the hell is going on over here. >> the florida senator came under fire again monday for this line moments apart at the same event. >> raising our four children in the 21st century. and we know how hard it's become to instill our values in our kids. in the 21st century it's become harder than ever to instill in our kids the values at home and in church. >> on the democratic side hillary clinton is bracing for a fight to the finish. >> the vermont senator already picked up a win and is leading clinton among female voters in the granite state. >> i have a message for all voters. please, go with your head and your heart.
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out in record numbers to vote despite snow in the forecast. along with the weather, undecided voters are expected to play a huge role today. new hampshire primary is open famously to independents who make up 40% of registered voters. anne-marie? >> weijian jiang in new hampshire. thank you, weijjian. former new york mayor michael bloomberg is looking at a run. he's looking at all the options. bloomberg says he finds the level of discussion a quote, outrage and he said he would need to get on state ballots by the beginning of march. we'll discuss a possible bloomberg candidacy and primary with bob schieffer coming up on "cbs this morning". >> this morning two passenger trains collided in southern germany. police say there are at least four dead and 150 injured, some seriously, but the scene is
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count is unclear. the two regional trains collided head on. one derailed and two overturned. some remain trapped in the wreckage. another winter storm packing snow, strong winds, and bitter cold is moving to the northeast today and it could complicate voting in new hampshire. parts of massachusetts are digging out from the latest blizzard that hit yesterday. some areas suffered hurricane-force winds and heavy snow. a charter bus overturned yesterday in the middle of a snowstorm as it was headed from new york city to a connecticut casino. one suffered broken bones and several were injured. the royal caribbean cruise ship "anthem of the seas" is expected to dock tomorrow morning. it had to turn around mid-cruise. florida senator bill nelson is calling for an investigation into why the ship sailed into a
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jericka duncan reports. >> reporter: 20-foot waves and winds over 100 miles an hour forced this cruise ship to make a u-turn just one day after setting sail. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: george sesip told us via skype that during the storm his balcony door appeared to be lifting away from the frame. >> you could hear the waves crashing against the hull, metal twisting and banking. it was scary. >> reporter: the "anner this of the seas" cruise ship was heading to fort canaveral, florida, when it got caught in a storm. jarret johnson shot this video. >> at one point people were falling over and they were saying hold the wheelchair. so myself and others were standing over holding the wheelchair so they weren't going to be sliding around. >> reporter: while the worst is
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still worried. >> we're rocking a lot and it makes me wonder if there are the ship. >> royal caribbean said the ship experienced wind speeds higher than what was forecast. the coast guard reported winds of up to 115 miles per hour when the storm hit. jericka duncan, cbs news, new york. president obama wants congress to come up with nearly $2 billion to fight the zika virus. u.s. health officials say the money would be used to expand mosquito control, work on a vaccine, and research into the birth defects that zika is believed to cause. zika is spreading rapidly through latin america. the president says there should. be a panic on this. this morning kenya's olympic committee says kenya known for his middle and distance runners could pull out of the rio olympics over zika concerns. in the previous olympics, kenya won 11 medals. pentagon officials say the
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employ a defense missile system. it will be designed to offset the growing concerns over north korea. kim jong-un's regime launched one this weekend. president obama told gayle king the dangers can't be ignored. >> this is an authoritarian regime, provocative. it's repeatedly violated u.n. resolutions and tested nuclear weapons and now they're trying to perfect their missile launch systems. >> the u.s. and north neighbors fear that long-range missiles could carry nuclear weapons. >> an 8-year-old girl and three others are rescued three days after taiwan's earthquake. the death toll is 40 but that's expected to rise. officials think more than 100 people are trapped in the debris. this morning the developer of the collapsed building was arrested on negligent homicide charges. well, coming up on the "morning news," halftime showdown. critics slammed beyonce for making a political statement on the super bowl stage. and later, a wave of
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new year tned a celebration of the lunar kong today. a crowd became angry when officials evicted street vendors. there were more than two dozen arrests and at least 44 officers were hurt. the violence the worst since a protest two years ago. skbree on say's super bowl halftime performance sparks criticism. headlines on this morning's "the new york times" reports records of nearly 30,000 fbi and homeland security workers. officials say e-mail addresses, phone numbers, and job titles were taken, but no sensitive information. investigators believe the hacker
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employee to gain access. the "washington post" reports former new york city mayor rudy giuliani says beyonce's performance was offensive to police. i go hard take what's mine i'm a star >> beyonce performed at halftime with dancers dressed in tribute to the black panthers. it referred to the flooding in new orleans and tweeted stop shooting us. they claim this year's ceremony will be the most diverse ever but while presenters will hail from diverse backgrounds, a class photo at yesterday's luncheon illustrated the lack of diversity among oscar contenders. all acting nominees are white, and all best director nominees
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"the daily news" report says a sikh actor was prevented from flying because he refused to remove his turban for airport security. he posted this morning in mexico city i was told i could not board because of my turban. aeromexico said it offered him alternatives to fly home, which he declined. "the advocate" reports 35-year-old katherine knotn will spend up to ten months behind bars for misdemeanor assault. she took part in the beating of a gay couple two years ago. the city expanded its hate crime after the attack. "the guardian" is reporting an increase in shark attacks. sharks attacked 98 people and killed six last year. experts say global warming is expanding sharks in territorial waters. still ahead, a leopard attack at a school sparks panic
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no students were there at the time. it took animal experts ten hours to corner and tranquilize the leopard, which was leased back into the wild. on the "cbs moneywatch" starbucks offers romantic treats for valentines, and super bowl 50 draws a huge audience. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning, anne-marie. stocks in asia tumbled following the selloff. japan's nikkei dropped more than 5% this morning. australia's index fell nearly 3%. the shanghai composite is closed for the holiday. losses on wall street were led by banks and the tech sector. the dow fell 177 points to close the day. at one point, though, it plunged over 400 points. the s&p lost 26. the nasdaq finished 79 points lower. as a way to win back lost business, chipotle offered free burritos to customers for a short time yesterday. it was a temporary peace
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craving for chipotle. restaurants were closed for several hours so the workers could attend a food safety meeting. it was closed for a time while they dealt with.service. facebook planned to offer free internetits regulators in india have shut down facebook's plan to offer free internet service. facebook planned to offer free internet to its basic service to a limited number of websites but indian regulators ruled that it violates the rules of net neutrality, the idea that everyone be treated equally. facebook offers basic service in nearly 40 countries. starbucks is brewing up three special chocolate drinks in the days leading up to valentine's day. molten chocolate frappe, molten chocolate frappuccino, and hot chocolate. they're going to be sold at participating starbucks through february 14th. and this year's super bowl was the third most watched television event ever. 111.9 million people watched denver beat carolina in super
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that is actually down from the previous two years. last year's game between new england and seattle holds the record with 114.4 million viewers. anne-marie, i'm still stuck on the hot chocolate. >> i know. you read my mind. i was like let's go back to that. molten what? >> i am hungry all of a sudden. >> jill wagner at the knox. thanks a lot, jill. so where did beyonce stay for the super bowl weekend? up next we will show you the silicon valley the superstar rented out. valley the superstar rented out. handle during winter. 90 stressful days juggling hectic schedules. over 40 meals of heavy comfort foods like baked mac & cheese. no wonder after all that our digestive systems can act up. so try the activia two week challenge! enjoying activia twice a day for two weeks may help reduce the frequency of bloating, gas, discomfort or rumbling.
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here's a look at today's
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the country. oez a scary moment caught on camera in southern california. the roof covering the pumps of gas station collapses with two workers on top. one person was hurt. the other rode the wreckage down to safety. a car underneath was damaged by the falling awning. well, fresh off a super bowl win and likely his last nfl game, peyton manning got a warm welcome on disneyland's main street. manning made the same trip after the colts won the super bowl in 2006. the broncos' qb still hasn't announced whether or not he's retired. meantime the broncos touched down in denver monday afternoon after a night of celebrating in santa clara. the team took turns carrying that precious cargo off the plane, the lombardi trophy. cheering fans lined up around the airport and the team's
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bjorneyoncebeyonce's super bowl halftime performance launched tweets. she posts this to facebook thanking airbnb for a great weekend. a few more shots on instagram show how swanky her stay with us at the los altos hills spot. according to tmz, beyonce paid about $10,000 a night for her stay. "the good wife" fans have just nine episodes left. a big farewell to the hit's cbs drama. the show's creators shocked fans during the super bowl with the announcement that the show is ends at a press conference monday. the creators said they only decided last week to end the show's successful seven-season run. here's something to cheer you up, though, "good wife" fans. a good mom at the national zoo. check out young panda bei bei trying to make his way up a
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there's mom mei xiang pulling him down to safety. he's making it considering that was his first trip. coming up, grammy nominated producer mark bronson. i'm anne-marie green.
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this is the "cbs morning news." anybody have any questions. >> okay. >> what's it like being a woman late night? >> how can i watch your show as a man? >> what's it like to be a female woman? >> you do have any problem with your ovaries falling out? >> sam, sam, sam, what did you have to do differently to make the show a reality? >> okay. >> as a woman? >> there's a new name in late
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frontal last night in her tv debut. she's the only one who took on the late night arena and then took on the presidential candidates. >> we have no disagreement about this. >> i agree. i agree. i agree. >> we have a vigorous agreement here. >> everybody is agreeing so tersely, i just had a flashback to the month before my parents finally admitted they were getting a divorce. the rest was two hours of hillary trying to distance herself from wall street while sanders tried to flag down a waitress. >> senator sanders was the first to prevent them from -- >> one minute. >> the power that has to be addressed. the wall street guys are trying to -- make progress together when i'm president. >> no, no. she's not going to freshen your coffee again, bernie. she knows you always tip with
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a smiley face. >> pretty funny. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," we'll go to new hampshire for the primary. john dickerson will have analysis. plus, the struggle to detect cancer before the symptoms can appear. one company says they can do that. john axelrod discusses that. and we'll talk with mark ronson who's behind one of the biggest songs from 2015. >> reporter: they recorded an agonizing 87 versions and worried that the word "funk" might be kind of lame. >> they said, should you call it "uptown funk?" why not "just watch." >> what if they walked up you do on the street and said isn't that bruno mars? >> i would be just as happy if we produced that record for
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that's the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. we'll leave you with the sights and sounds of new york city's chinese new year celebration. hundreds welcomed the arrival of the year of the monkey yesterday in new york city's chinatown. for the first time ever the city's public schools closed for the lunar new year. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green.
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